Foxconn confirms it hired minors, breaking Chinese law
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Chen Guangcheng could be back in China within 12 months

www.guardian.co.uk
New York professor who helped arrange activist's visa to US says he could return home soonChen Guangcheng could return to China in as little as a year, a friend who helped arrange for the legal activist to study in the US has said.The comments came as a populist Chinese state-run...
Chen Guangcheng could be back in China within 12 months

China finally approves Google’s Motorola Mobility acquisition, deal likely to close next week

thenextweb.com
Google may have announced its $12.5 billion acquisition of Motorola Mobility last August and gained approval from both EU and US authorities but it’s taken until today for the search giant to gain clearance in China. The AFP reports that Chinese authorities approved Google’s purchase of the US device maker...
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arstechnica.com
A Chinese court is trying to mediate a settlement between Apple and a company named Proview over control of the iPad trademark in China. A Chinese official claims that the trademark rightfully belongs to Proview according to Chinese law, despite the fact that the company sold the trademark in...
Chinese court, government still trying to settle iPad trademark dispute

Apple beats estimates at $39.2 billion in revenue

venturebeat.com
Apple announced its second quarter earnings today at $39.2 billion, beat analyst estimates of $36.8 billion in revenue. The company raked in $11.6 billion in net profit. Year over year, Apple’s net profit increased 94 percent. Last quarter, Apple announced $13.06 billion in net profit, blowing Wall Street estimates...
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Apple, Proview in active talks to settle Chinese iPad suit

www.electronista.com
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FLA president says Apple/Foxconn agreement raises bar, but will it raise prices?

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The findings of the Fair Labor Association’s investigation into Apple’s suppliers beginning with three Foxconn facilities were officially published yesterday. While finding excessive working hours and many violations of Chinese labor law, based on the FLA’s recommendations Foxconn and Apple have agreed to reduce workweek and overtime hours within...
FLA president says Apple/Foxconn agreement raises bar, but will it raise prices?
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